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Students - Volunteer for Our Work & Well-Being Conference in Chicago!

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Are you a student who’s interested in helping out with the 2012 Work & Well-Being conference, presented by APA’s Psychologically Healthy Workplace Program? Do you like to network and want to make some great connections? We could use your help, and in exchange, we will waive your conference registration fee so you can attend sessions for free.

As a volunteer, you would be expected to work approximately 3-5 hours on June 28th at the Westin O’Hare hotel in Chicago, IL. The work you would be expected to do ranges from handing out name tags, to setting up registration tables, passing out handouts, answering questions from participants about the schedule and sitting in on sessions to make sure they run smoothly. We also have a special session planned for students to present their research, so we hope you will submit a proposal.

You can learn more about the conference, including topics and presenters here: http://www.phwa.org/conference2012.

Please email phwa@apa.org with your cell phone number, email address and name of your school if you are interested in volunteering.

For information about presenting your student research at our conference, click here.

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This page contains a single entry by Jessica McKenzie Peterson published on April 17, 2012 7:51 AM.

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